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Bras » Freya » Arabella Plunge Balcony Bra (5721) » 34DD 34:5

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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band89.8
Band Length72.8
Cup width0.0
Cup depth26.7
Wire length25.4
Cup height0.0
Cup separation1.9
Gore height0.0
Wing height0.0
Strap width1.5

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    Didn't fit

    When I first wore this, it seemed to fit and I raved about it, but after a few more wears it just didn't seem right. Maybe I've lost weight since I first tried it. I find a lot of Freya bras give a really pointy shape - the cups are too deep and not wide enough and I end up with an odd fit.

    The front also comes up very high at the sides, not uncomfortably so, but it looks a bit odd. I'm also not 100 sold on the sheerness of this style - nips ahoy!

    All in all, not the best Freya style for me. I'll stick to my glorious Deco!

    Updated on Jan 04, 2012 Flag this

    • You could try to go down a band size, and maybe a cup up, but in the way that you end up with the same cup volume but wider wire. I managed to do that, somewhat incidentally - instead of 32E I wear 30FF. At first I thought about 32F, but it turned out they have the same wires, just deeper cups. I guess you could try 32E or F.

      Also, Arabella is not a real plunge, it's something between balconette and plunge, so yeah - it's not supposed to show as much as for example Deco or Retro. Another thing with Arabellas is that they have unnecessary ribbon sewn at the edge of the cups (underneath). Those ribbons are not elastic and often too short and they make the edge of cup to dig in even if the cup is ok. There is a simple solution, it can be removed with no harm for the bra, you just have to undo the seams from that ribbon. The cups lay much better after that and some people claim that the embroidery look better, too.

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